Parenting Tips

June 19, 2018

7 prenatal yoga poses for you and your baby

June 7, 2018

How to get the most out of your weekends by Rachel Cummings

May 17, 2018
9 mind-blowing board games for children

9 Mind-Blowing Board Games For Children

The month of May is usually synonymous with three things – the scorching heat, mouth-watering mangoes and happy children running around the house enjoying their much-needed summer vacations. Though children love summers due to the endless hours spent playing, cooking up easy recipes to help out in the kitchen and indulging in fun summer activities, parents often face the herculean task of keeping their little ones occupied and entertained at all times. This is when board games come to the rescue. They are fun, help in family-bonding and keep both […]
May 16, 2018

Featured Mom Blogger: My Mother’s Envelope Strategy – Rachna Gothi

This mother’s day, let’s remember the original supermoms – our own mothers who taught us that the superpowers that make us “supermoms” lie in the simplest of habits. Let’s start from the very beginning. To my naïve 10 year old eyes, the sight of those white crisp envelopes that came out every month from my mother’s cupboard was sheer joy. It meant it was the day that I can feel important and go about doing things adults do – Count Money! My mother would put wads of currency notes and […]
May 14, 2018

7 Children’s Room Design Ideas For Your Toddler

A child’s bedroom is the one room in everyone’s home that gets the most attention. From bright colours and cute accessories to thematic designs and contemporary furniture, the world is your oyster when it comes to finding the perfect children’s room design ideas for your precious little one. However, while contemplating design ideas for your tiny tot, always bear in mind that a child’s immediate surroundings have a huge impact on their growth and development. Therefore, it becomes imperative for you as parents to create a space that reflects your […]
May 14, 2018

Featured Mom Blogger: KLAY: Respite For A Working Mother!

KLAY: Respite For A Working Mother! “The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before.” The above lines holds true not only to me but I am sure for all mothers in the world. As a lady, my priorities changed the day I saw those pink lines – my world changed for good. If I look back to the days before I conceived, it was quite simple. My career goals were set and personal life was sorted. It’s not that we never planned for […]
May 14, 2018

Featured Mom Blogger: How to Raise Boys for Tomorrow

How to Raise Boys for Tomorrow Until you get one, you don’t start thinking about it and since I have a son now, the question arises as to how I can raise him to be the man that I want him to be. We always hear things on how daughters need to be raised- make them independent, teach those ways of protecting themselves amid danger, etc. But there is very less written and said on how we need to raise our sons. The values and the principles that we instil in […]
May 14, 2018

Featured Mom Blogger: Children are teachers too!

Children are teachers too! -Manasi The women’s day was approaching and being a women leader in the innovation area, i was asked to give a motivational speech on this day. It was quite exciting mixed with bit nervousness as it was easy to give a technical speech for me but a motivational speaker is accountable for much more. I started preparing for the speech at home, sometimes when Sameek was around. Out of eagerness, he asked “Mama do you have a show and tell in your office” You seems to […]
May 14, 2018

Featured Mom Blogger: Back to Work!

Back to Work! -Ipshita Borkakati After more than 6 months of maternity leave, it was time to return to work. Faced with a common dilemma of every new working mother, I braced myself to battle the odds. Being the daughter of a full-time working woman, I had enough inspiration to decide what to do. And yet, it wasn’t easy. ‘You must learn to love your job as much as you love your son, and sometimes more than him.’ This was some crucial and probably controversial advice Maa gave me when […]